Hard water contains excess amount of minerals such as calcium carbonate. These minerals react with your bathroom floor, faucets, toilet bowl, tiles and stain them. If you’re worried these hard water stains make your bathroom look unkempt and unsightly, we’re here to help you. Removing hard water stains is quite easy if you know these easy-to-follow steps.
1) Removing Stains from the Bathroom Floor
Mix ¼th cup of vinegar and 1 tbsp. of dishwashing liquid in a bucket of water. You can try using Vim dishwashing liquid, which is easily available in the market. Use this solution to thoroughly mop the floor. If the satins are stubborn, sprinkle some baking soda and wait 20 minutes. Baking soda will help clear the remaining stains easily. Mop again and drain excess water using a wiper. We also recommend using Domex Floor Cleaner for cleaning and removing stains from your bathroom floor.
2) Removing Stains from Bathroom Walls
Mix lime juice and water, 2 cups each. Pour it in a spray bottle, shake well and spray it on the walls. Wait for 20-30 minutes. Gently rub the area with a sponge in a circular motion. You will see the stains lift. Now wipe the surfaces dry with a damp cloth. Dry the walls using a dry cloth or let it air-dry.
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3) Removing Stains from the Commode
Mix ½ a cup of baking soda and 1 cup of vinegar to make a paste. Wear rubber gloves before you get to work on the stains on your commode. Apply the paste on the commode with a brush and leave it for 30 minutes. Then, use a toilet brush to give the commode a thorough scrubbing. Finally, pour a bucket of hot water down the toilet.
By now, your bathroom should be completely stain-free. Cleaning hard water stains from your bathroom might seem difficult, but these brilliant cleaning tips should get the job done. Try these tips and share them with your friends and family too!